ASSA ABLOY UK launches BIM-enabled tools to simplify specification
ASSA ABLOY UK Specification, a UK division of ASSA ABLOY, the global leader in door opening solutions has announced the launch of 3D, BIM-enabled tools to simplify door and hardware specification.
Openings Studio, a BIM-enabled product specification tool, and BIM Door Solutions, a selection of BIM-ready openings packages, help streamline the process, as well as reducing costs throughout the project lifecycle.
The software, suitable for all building projects and applications, provides product information and performance data to comply with budgets and ensure building regulations are adhered to, while 3D views guarantee full design integration.
Not only this, but data is available in multiple formats to ensure easy collaboration with all stakeholders.
Tim Checketts, Specification Director, said:
“Whether you choose ready-made BIM Door Solutions packages or a tailored solution through Openings Studio, both tools are designed to simplify specifying and add value at every stage, from design through to construction and beyond.
“BIM is changing the building landscape, bringing with it improvements in design, specification, delivery and asset management. Our tools give our partners more time to focus on what they do best, creating high quality, sustainable buildings, more efficiently and cost effectively.”
About ASSA ABLOY Specification
ASSA ABLOY are totally committed to easing the specification burden through full BIM interaction for our timber and metal door sets together with an NBS writing support service for those items that may still need to be specified as standalone components.
As a trusted auxiliary member of your design team our specialists will ensure that the solutions identified will accord with your clients exacting design, legislative, fiscal and operational requirments.
As a global manufacturer, ASSA ABLOY offer the reassurance of local onsite technical support and long term warranties, bringing true peace of mind to the developer, architect, contractor, client and building operator alike.